Wanting to fix things for Soo Jin, Myeong Soo shows up at Hwa Young's (Lion) work and pretty much threatens to expose himself to her fiancee until Hwa Young agrees to let Myeong Soo be the new script writer.
Furious to find out that her most embarrassing parts is laid out for all to see, Hwa Young launch herself at Myeong Soo and all the girls end up getting in a hair pulling fight. Still not appeased, Hwa Young fires both Soo Jin and Myeong Soo from the movie production.
A close friend with Hwa Young's fiancee, it took just one look of Hwa Young and Myeong Soo's stiff expression for Jo Gun to figure out there is something fishy between the two.
Instead of telling the whole truth that he left that winter night, Myeong Soo changes the ending "I walked right into the restaurant and put my hands around her face like this..." As Myeong Soo leans in to kiss Soo Jin, Ra Ra all the sudden "accidentally" breaks her wine glass and interrupts the would be kiss.
Things gets hilariously dangerous when a surprised Soo Jin screams at the sight of the three girls hiding in the bed and brings Jo Gun and Hwa Young's fiancee running to the room. Sharp as a tack, Jo Gun notices the girls' hiding and quickly covers for them by pushing Hwa Young's fiancee out of the room.
Desperate to get Jo Gun to back off, Hwa Young jumps with excitement when Ra Ra promises to make Jo Gun full in love with her so he would do whatever she commands. Unfortunately, the huntress Ra Ra ends up being the prey and loses her heart to Jo Gun in the process.
Ticked off by Jo Gun's words, Soo Jin doesn't hold back and calls Jo Gun to the carpet "You make movies as a hobby don't you? I, on the other hand make movies because my life depends on it. If you were a director... no, if you were a human being at all, then you wouldn't laugh at other's people's sincerity and call it corny."
Resigned to the fact that she has lost the last chance of saving her job, Soo Jin is in the middle of packing up the office when Jo Gun shows up unexpectedly. Coolly, Jo Gun asks Soo Jin "Should I give you another chance? Try begging, who knows? I just might keep my mouth shut."
Not moved by Jo Gun's words, Soo Jin replies "Director, you don't look like you are serious. If you don't have anymore to say, I am kinda busy here."
Taking the hint, Jo Gun shakes Soo Jin's hand but refuses to let go and pulls her close "I wanted to make you my person... what a pity."
Yanking her hands from Jo Gun's grasp, Soo Jin fires back "There you go again Director, do you realize how evil it is to say things that would mislead a girl?"
Jo Gun "Using my genius imagination, I am thinking writer Bang Myeong Soo is the one that gave you that kinda of trauma?" Dang, has this guy been stalking Soo Jin?? He can't be the Asian Sherlock can he?
Just when the three girls are about to give up on Jo Gun showing up at all, Jo Gun drives up and storms right to Soo Jin and yells at the poor clueless girl "I told you how much I hate driving didn't I?! What kind of producer order the director around like some stray dog?" Grabbing Soo Jin's hands, Jo Gun asks "Who are you to move me?!"
To make the night even more confusing, Myeong Soo shows up in a cab to join the party. Totally ignoring Jo Gun, Myeong Soo says "Soo Jin, you have been waiting for a long time right? Let's go home" and proceeds to drag her towards the taxi.
I am really liking this show. The quirky vibe and the comical tone are just hitting all the right notes for me. The writer has been really great at not letting the many characters jumble up the story line and keep the focus on our couple.
By the way, after six episodes I am starting to understand why all four women are still fighting over Myeong Soo. Byun Yo Han (the actor playing Myeong Soo) might not be what one would consider eye candy (at least in this show) but boy, the more episodes I watch the more I am falling under Myeong Soo's charm as well.
Of course I am starting to be really torn with the appearance of Jo Gun. It is just so awesome that while the four girls has been fighting over the "normal Joe" Myeong Soo, Jo Gun - the natural drama lead character is going to throw a wrench into this whole mess with his presence and starts to steal our hero's girls?
By the way, I am really glad that Do Sang Woo's (Jo Gun) character here is letting him shine so much more than his Legendary Witch role. He really wasn't that eye catching in Legendary Witch but he is certainly getting my attention now.